The high-priestess of art-rock performs her acclaimed Horses, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year and is considered one of the greatest albums of all time.
The Nigerian soul singer dubbed the next Lauryn Hill combines reggae, R&B, afrobeat, and hip-hop styles with a velvety voice.
The Austrian Eurovision 2015 winner will headline the Prague Pride opening concert at Strelecky Ostrov (a.k.a. Pride Village).
One of the acclaimed breakout bands of the post-punk revival of the 2000s reunite for a new album and world tour.
Retro-leaning Philly shoegazers, recently nominated for a Brit Award for Best International Artist, bring their dreamy tunes to Prague.
No matter what your feelings on the costly Blanka Tunnel project, this classical music concert won’t cost you a thing!
A Portland band that developed out of the lead singer’s obsession with ’60s surfer rock, The Shivas promise some serious psychadelic vibes.
If you missed the open-air Let It Roll Festival in Nymburk, check out the afterparty in Prague featuring Let It Roll Djs and special guests.
English beatboxer ThePetebox, Detroit techno star Kenny Larkin, and Czech rapper Orion present a Technicolor evening of costumes and beats.
Highlights of the fifth annual Pride Celebration include concerts at Strelecky Ostrov, an afterparty at Roxy, and the big parade on August 16.
A new name on the Czech festival map hosts its first edition in Prague with the German duo Milky Chance getting top billing.
Selah Sue (BE), Archive (UK), and Looptroop Rockers (SWE) are just a few of the live acts taking to the main stage with Dj sets by Ed Rush (UK) and more.
This celebration of foreigners in Prague is a lively day of traditional live music, performance, and food and drink from around the world.
A festival of early music that includes opera and theater performances (expect brilliant costumes as it is organized by Carnevale Praha) from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Terry’s Socks and the Art Archive present an exhibition of film posters and book covers created in Czechoslovakia from the late 1950’s until 1989.
A unique festival that focuses on the noir genre, experience dark tales of femme fatales amidst the stunning backdrop of this gothic landmark.
Art & Design
Amy Arbus On the Street – now thru Sept 6/Leica Gallery
Arbus, daughter of iconic photographer Diane Arbus, captured New York’s most influential style-makers, including Madonna and the Clash, in black and white from 1980-1990.
A day-long chance to dig for vintage fashion treasure to a laid-back Dj set soundtrack with quality refreshments on hand.
Opening this month at Prague Castle, an exhibition devoted to works acquired by Dr. Alice Masaryková, daughter of the first president of Czechoslovakia Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.
Food & Drink
Homemade jams, jellies, and marmalades are the theme of this delicious fest with proceeds going to a local charity.
See our article Super Summer Food Festivals for the low-down on these and more August food festivals!
Buy, play, listen, or just talk vinyl at this swap meet for crate diggers and lovers of hot wax.
The first-ever Prague triathlon weekend will offer a variety of Iron Man events in the center of Prague.
From 14:00, get a fresh summer crew cut at Prague’s hippest summer hangout. This is an ongoing event with open-air cuts by Pepe barbershop.